Prescriptions

Cigna has a pharmacy prescription tool available on mycigna.com.  It will let you pick a drug and tell you the price at local pharmacies so you can compare prices. Login to mycigna.com and click on Estimate Health Care Costs and enter name of Rx.

Cigna drug look up tool
Good place to check local prices:  https://www.goodrx.com/

Costco also has a tool:  Drug Information |   price checker

Walgreens has a Walgreens Prescription Savings Club Members get special discounts off the cash price of thousands of brand-name and generic medications as well as numerous other benefits when they use their card throughout the store.

Find discount prices with this price checker compare pharmacies

Find discount coupons for prescriptions ..can lower your cost and allow you to compare with Cigna home delivery

Use a Canadian Pharmacy for great discounts but make sure to check (http://www.scamvoid.com/) that the pharmacy has good ratings.

U.S. Law: U.S. government officials have stated that individuals who order non-controlled prescription drugs from Canada or other foreign sources (up to a three-month supply) for their own use are not being pursued or prosecuted. However, it is technically not legal for individuals to import most prescription drugs.
Coverage by Insurance: For a drug to be reimbursable from a health reimbursement account or flexible spending account it must be approved for sale in the U.S. and prescribed by a licensed U.S. physician, although drugs which you personally import are typically not reimbursable. If you have pharmacy insurance coverage, you may want to check with your benefits administrator to determine whether drugs ordered from outside the U.S. will be covered or reimbursed.